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Friday, 7 October 2016
Translation Sociology V

The fifth and last of Pym's grounds for appealing to translation sociology within the paradigm of cultural translation extends the idea of networks.

The recognition that networks extend to and include the sociologist (or any other analyst) fits in not only with the general sense of involvement found in the theorists of cultural translation, but also with action research (largely influencing the field of translator education) and undeed psychoanalytical approaches.

It is enocuraging that professional translator education is informed by the networks of translators and cultural translation. When may we look forward to teh same degree of education for church leaders and other cultural translators working with Jewsh believers?

Posted By Jonathan, 8:00am Comment Comments: 0